And, finally, subscriber and Alaska hunting outfitter Jimmie C. Rosen- bruch says he had $850 stolen from his hunting day pack during a recent safari to Tanzania. He says the loss points up the need for safari operators to offer clients some kind of secure way to store their valuables while in camp. "A wooden crate with a padlock in each tent was all that was offered to me to secure my valuables," he writes. "Perhaps a small safe mounted in the hunting vehicle would be an option?" Rosenbruch goes on to say he thinks in-camp security in Africa is an important area of concern. He urges us to get involved and try to get feedback from other hunters. Any one have a comment? Our own view is, the problem is not limited to Africa. It's an important issue everywhere in the world.... Get in a good safari somewhere in Africa soon!